I just had to ask the police officer: "And if this happened to you?"
During my lunch hour yesterday I was at home at the table and I get a phone call from a certain delivery company
and they said they were just at my door, knocked, rang the bell, and no one answered so I could go to the FlubEx Office across town and get my package.
That seemed strange being I was literally 10' from the door.
So I drove to FlubEx Office and sure enough the package was there. They asked for some ID and I showed them my drivers license. Ah-Ha, no wonder I didn't hear the door, it wasn't my address on the package label BUT there was my name and cell phone number on the package. FlubEx wouldn't let me have the package or even open it up at their counter (BTW I was not expecting any kind of package either). Without thinking I left and did not take a picture of the package or note the address.
When I got to the office I thought that was dumb of me (not to get that address) so I called FlubEx and they were unwilling to give me the address. I asked if I came down with a police officer would they then give me the address. They said if a police officer came down they would give the officer the address.
So I called the police and I explained that I was concerned that someone was using my name and phone number to receive packages. Could these packages be from the theft of a credit card I was unaware of? Could someone be shipping illegal substances using my name?
The officer, a detective, refused to see the logic in my request and just flat out rejected it. I asked her "and if this happened to you?".... she did not respond so I guess it wouldn't bother her or any one on our police force if people used their names to receive mysterious packages. I guess they wouldn't even investigate to see who's address that was on the package with their name on it.